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Sigiriya


One of the most visited attractions in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya is home to the 8th wonder of the world and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A marvelous ancient rock fortress and remains of a unique ancient castle, Sigiriya is the brainchild of King Kasyapa who ruled the country between 477and 495 AD. The summit of this astonishing rock is 600 feet high, above the jungles that surround the base of it.

It is believed that Sigiriya was occupied during prehistoric times. Rock inscriptions and caves reveal that nearby rocks surrounding Sigiriya which were inhabited during the early first century were donated to the Buddhist monastic as residences. However, it was during King Kasyapa’s reign that Sigiriya transformed into a city and fortress. The King developed the summit of the rock remarkably with the inclusion of palaces, defence structures and picturesque gardens.

One of the most visited attractions in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya is home to the 8th wonder of the world and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A marvelous ancient rock fortress and remains of a unique ancient castle, Sigiriya is the brainchild of King Kasyapa who ruled the country between 477and 495 AD. The summit of this astonishing rock is 600 feet high, above the jungles that surround the base of it.

It is believed that Sigiriya was occupied during prehistoric times. Rock inscriptions and caves reveal that nearby rocks surrounding Sigiriya which were inhabited during the early first century were donated to the Buddhist monastic as residences. However, it was during King Kasyapa’s reign that Sigiriya transformed into a city and fortress. The King developed the summit of the rock remarkably with the inclusion of palaces, defence structures and picturesque gardens.

One of the most visited attractions in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya is home to the 8th wonder of the world and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A marvelous ancient rock fortress and remains of a unique ancient castle, Sigiriya is the brainchild of King Kasyapa who ruled the country between 477and 495 AD. The summit of this astonishing rock is 600 feet high, above the jungles that surround the base of it.

It is believed that Sigiriya was occupied during prehistoric times. Rock inscriptions and caves reveal that nearby rocks surrounding Sigiriya which were inhabited during the early first century were donated to the Buddhist monastic as residences. However, it was during King Kasyapa’s reign that Sigiriya transformed into a city and fortress. The King developed the summit of the rock remarkably with the inclusion of palaces, defence structures and picturesque gardens.

One of the most visited attractions in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya is home to the 8th wonder of the world and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A marvelous ancient rock fortress and remains of a unique ancient castle, Sigiriya is the brainchild of King Kasyapa who ruled the country between 477and 495 AD. The summit of this astonishing rock is 600 feet high, above the jungles that surround the base of it.

It is believed that Sigiriya was occupied during prehistoric times. Rock inscriptions and caves reveal that nearby rocks surrounding Sigiriya which were inhabited during the early first century were donated to the Buddhist monastic as residences. However, it was during King Kasyapa’s reign that Sigiriya transformed into a city and fortress. The King developed the summit of the rock remarkably with the inclusion of palaces, defence structures and picturesque gardens.

One of the most visited attractions in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya is home to the 8th wonder of the world and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A marvelous ancient rock fortress and remains of a unique ancient castle, Sigiriya is the brainchild of King Kasyapa who ruled the country between 477and 495 AD. The summit of this astonishing rock is 600 feet high, above the jungles that surround the base of it.

It is believed that Sigiriya was occupied during prehistoric times. Rock inscriptions and caves reveal that nearby rocks surrounding Sigiriya which were inhabited during the early first century were donated to the Buddhist monastic as residences. However, it was during King Kasyapa’s reign that Sigiriya transformed into a city and fortress. The King developed the summit of the rock remarkably with the inclusion of palaces, defence structures and picturesque gardens.